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Posted Friday, May 26, 2017 
Year-End Assembly | 05.19.17 >> The whole School saluted the Forsyth Classes of 2017, our graduating sixth graders, and 2011, now graduating seniors. At Year-End Assembly, we salute the graduates, say good-bye to departing faculty & staff, present awards, and have an awe-inspiring high beam demonstration.
Posted Wednesday, May 24, 2017 
MRS. NANGLE & MRS. DODD TO RETIRE >> As the 2017/18 school year draws to a close, we are celebrating the retirement of two veteran Forsyth colleagues whose families have been involved with the School for more than half the years Forsyth has been in existence. These are milestone retirements.
Posted Friday, May 19, 2017 
Green & White Day 2017 >> Forsyth's field day begins with an all-School pep rally and ends with a grand finale. It's the kids' favorite day, and this year was the best ever. Lots of photos to tell the story.
Posted Friday, May 5, 2017 
May Day is Forsyth's big all-school spring performance. A queen or king is crowned, and every grade from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 6 dances, culminating in the weaving of the maypole ribbons. For the kids, May Day is a rite-of-passage activity: each grade performs the same dance from year to year, and kids look forward to the next level as they move through school.
Posted Friday, May 5, 2017 
Just look at these numbers for the 2017 Greater St. Louis Science Fair: 89 Forsyth School students in Senior-K – Grade 6 entered 62 Science Fair projects (some projects were team efforts), and won 67 awards. For two years running, all of Forsyth School's Science Fair entries have been award winning with special awards in addition to the blue, red and green ribbons.
Posted Friday, Apr 28, 2017 
The all-School assembly on 04.21.17 covered a lot of bases: school spirit, heritage, sustainability, and a great School community. Every school has assemblies–big deal. Right. So, you might just peruse this story as gauge of the Forsyth School community or to get a sense of School culture. We like to hang out together. Read on.
Posted Friday, Apr 28, 2017 
As a class service project, Forsyth Senior-Kindergarten students hosted Purple Cake Day, a fundraiser for Nepal's First Steps Himalaya (FSH) that supports early childhood and primary school education in rural Himalaya. Forsyth kids voted for their favorite teacher or administrator with a quarter, and the "winner" gets a purple Cool Whip pie in the face on field day.
Posted Friday, Apr 21, 2017 
Forsyth School sixth graders tied for second place in the 2016/17 Green Schools Quest (GSQ) competition, Middle School Category, for their project: Water Efficiency, Education, and Conservation. On April 21, 2017, Ralph Bicknese presented the USGBC Green Schools Quest Award to sixth grade Student Council members and their teacher Susan Zareh at an all-School Earth Day Assembly.
Posted Friday, Mar 3, 2017 
Grade 6 Science. Forsyth sixth graders immerse themselves in a yearlong study of the human body in science. Thanks to a visit from Dr. David Limbrick, Neurosurgeon-in-Chief at St. Louis Children's Hospital, Forsyth sixth graders were able to observe and learn about the human brain firsthand.
Posted Tuesday, Feb 28, 2017 
A Feast for the Senses. The FFO Celebration of Cultures Potluck 2017 was well attended by Forsyth families, faculty, and staff. The crowd of 200+ savored amazing food from around the globe that reflected Forsyth families' heritages. There were dance performances, didgeridoo & flute music, fun activities, and more. It was a memorable (and delicious!) celebration of cultural diversity for all ages.
Posted Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 
Greek Mythology on Stage. Take a look at this. Forsyth fifth graders create huge puppet characters for their upcoming play, Constellation Myths. These super-sized puppets will require 3 students to operate them on stage. The kids created Orion, Ursa Major, Medusa, and Helios.
Posted Friday, Feb 10, 2017 
Forsyth's Learning Specialist Dr. Dalal Juma wrote this article about her experience at this year's National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) People of Color Conference (PoCC) where she led one of 9 affinity groups. To put this in perspective, there are 1,800+ NAIS schools in the U.S. and worldwide, and 5,000 people attend the conference. It is a huge honor to be selected for this leadership role. Dr. Juma shares her story and why this role was personally meaningful.
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